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City Council business meetings are generally held on the first and third Mondays of each month at 6 p.m. Workshops are generally held on the second and fourth Mondays at 6 p.m.
Attend in Person
These meetings are open to the public; however, the opportunity for...
Passport services will not be offered on Thursday, July 4, as all City facilities will be closed in observance of the holiday.
The City of Arvada is a Passport Acceptance Facility. We process passport applications, review the required documentation and identification, and...
This guideline applies to all hearings scheduled by the court. All continuances must be requested by the Defendant, in person, at the Court. If the Defendant is a juvenile, a parent/guardian must be present. All requests will required signed paperwork indicating your knowledge and acceptance of the...
The Arvada Festivals Commission sponsors, coordinates, plans and works with community-based organizations on festivals of community-wide celebration by promoting activities consistent with public celebration. These events include the Winter Fest, High Tea for Seniors, Kite Festival,...
The Gold Line Advisory Committee addresses issues related to the Gold Line. The committee provides education to the community related to the Gold Line, solicits public feedback on Gold Line issues and provides advice to City Council on such matters as transit design. This is a...
Election Results - City of Arvada Municipal Election
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The Arvada community is served by a multi-modal transportation system that includes easy access to the regional and national road system, a regional mass transit system, bicycle and pedestrian trails and easy access to international and general air transportation.
Arvada has easy...
The Arvada City Charter requires that City Council adopt, by ordinance, a new district boundary line every ten years so that the population in each district is as equal as possible. Your district boundaries may have changed. You may go to the City's website at...
About the Commission
The Planning Commission serves as an advisory body to the City Council. The commission reviews annexations, rezonings, subdivisions, planned unit developments, and formulates a long-range comprehensive plan. The Planning Commission normally meets the first and third Tuesdays...
If you have received a ticket (Summons and Complaint) from the Arvada Police Department, read the front and back of your ticket carefully to determine which jurisdiction you are required to appear in. Arvada police officers can write tickets into the Arvada Municipal Court as well as Adams...